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On September 14th, 2017, Award-Winning filmmaker Matthew Brando visited the Jurassic World Exhibition at Chicago's own Field Museum. Join him in an epic, over one hour, ten-part documentary in 4K and stereo surround, tying the past with the present, in more ways than one. Welcome to Jurassic World.Written by
Ummm... this is a documentary? It's just some guy in his 20s walking around with a shaky camera looking at a museum or something. I'm so confused with why Brando thinks his 10-part video (Why is it 10 parts and not just 1? Who knows?) is a documentary.
He even plays it off like it's something super epic and cool. "Award-Winning filmmaker Matthew Brando (...) in an epic, over one hour, ten-part documentary in 4K and stereo surround," he proclaims. First of all, it's in stereo only. No 5.1 surround sound. I checked. So, right off the bat he's lying.
Alright, so the production value is pretty garbage, but the content is what matters when you go into a documentary. Right? What is this documentary trying to persuade, inform, or educate me on? Nothing...
This "movie" sucks.
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